A passionate team who care for some of the most vulnerable patients across South Tees have been rewarded for successfully turning a pilot project into a vital service – in just 10 months. Dedicated professionals from the Parkinson’s Advanced Symptoms Unit (PASU) – the first of its kind in the UK – picked up the ‘Managing Long Term Conditions’ gong at the Patient Safety Awards 2016.
Nurses were being recruited through on the spot interviews this morning, during a successful Love Nursing open day at The James Cook University Hospital. Teesside’s biggest hospital opened its doors to newly qualified and experienced nurses, including those who have had a career break or are looking for a change. Potential nurse recruits even got […]
A breast cancer outreach nurse has been shortlisted for a prestigious award, recognising the superb care she provides to women in the comfort of their own homes after surgery. Sue Warren, who works in the community and at The James Cook University Hospital, has been shortlisted in the ‘Service Improvement Excellence’ category of the Macmillan […]
The Parkinson’s Advanced Symptoms Unit (PASU) at Redcar Primary Care Hospital has been shortlisted for a prestigious award, just nine months after opening. The unit, which provides rapid access, assessments,and home visits for patients with complications arising from their Parkinson’s Disease, has been shortlisted in the ‘Managing long-Term Conditions’ category of the Patient Safety Awards 2016.
The results of the Care Quality Commission’s annual survey of inpatients have been published today (8 June 2016) and South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been ranked among the best performing trusts in two areas. Responses to the adult inpatient survey 2015 were received from 612 patients aged 16 and above who had stayed in hospital for at least one night – a response rate of 52% which was higher than the national average of 47%.
One of the first sepsis nurses in the UK is hoping to increase survival rates from the deadly condition and promote the importance of her lifesaving role through a forum she chairs. Jacqui Jones was the only sepsis nurse in the UK for about three years following the end of a year-long pilot of the role from 2010.